Sydney Greenstreet

Highest Rated:
100% The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Lowest Rated:
82% They Died with Their Boots On (1941)
Birthday:
Dec 27
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Sydney Greenstreet ranked among Hollywood's consummate character actors, a classic rogue whose villainous turns in motion pictures like Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon remain among the most memorable and enigmatic depictions of evil ever captured on film. Born December 27, 1879, in Sandwich,…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Conspirators
  • Actor
-- 1972
It's a Great Feeling
  • Himself
-- 1949
Malaya
  • Dutchman
-- 1949
Flamingo Road
  • Titus Semple
-- 1949
Ruthless
  • Buck Mansfield
-- 1948
The Woman in White
  • Count Fosco
-- 1948
The Velvet Touch
  • Capt. Danbury
-- 1948
The Hucksters
  • Evan Llewellyn Evans
-- 1947
Devotion
  • Thackeray
-- 1946
The Verdict
  • George Edward Grodman
-- 1946
Three Strangers
  • Jerome K. Arbutny
-- 1946
Conflict
  • Dr. Mark Hamilton
-- 1945
88% Christmas in Connecticut
  • Alexander Yardley
-- 1945
Between Two Worlds
  • Thompson
-- 1944
Conspirators
  • Ricardo Quintanilla
-- 1944
Passage to Marseille
  • Maj. Duval
-- 1944
The Mask of Dimitrios
  • Mr. Peters
-- 1944
Hollywood Canteen
  • Himself
-- 1944
Background to Danger
  • Col. Robinson
-- 1943
97% Casablanca
  • Senor Ferrari
-- 1943
Across the Pacific
  • Dr. Lorenz
-- 1942
82% They Died with Their Boots On
  • Gen. Winfield Scott
-- 1941
100% The Maltese Falcon
  • Kasper Gutman the Fat Man
-- 1941

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Quotes from Sydney Greenstreet's Characters

    1. Kasper Gutman the Fat Man: I couldn't be fonder of you if you were my own son. But, well, if you lose a son, it's possible to get another. There's only one Maltese Falcon.
    From The Maltese Falcon. Submitted by John T (9 months ago)
    1. Cornelius Latimer Leyden: Goodbye Mr. Peters. Au revoir. Sorry you won't be able to go to the Indies now.
    2. Mr. Peters: You see, there's not enough kindness in the world.
    From The Mask of Dimitrios. Submitted by Christopher B (15 months ago)
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